A blog about the early residents and history of Manchester, New York.
Friday, March 25, 2016
This is Manchester in 1934. Except for the middle brick building which burned and is now a parking lot, it looks amazingly the same. Anyone who grew up here in the 1930's would easily recognize the place today, though later generations would wonder where Ike George's "drugstore" went. The first building in the row, with the awnings, was Manion's Bar, while the third is today known as Timbercreek.